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Barcode Number 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 



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029 767 343 9 
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

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029 767 344 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

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029 767 347 6 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
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029 767 348 8 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

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029 767 349 fl 



Box Number 



(%77C-\ 



Total of 
Volumes 



IVK-* 






134 



CI 



Call iNumber 



( 5"?. S y ma . \- 

Cmf-Qc) 



15s 






^e^ce.-'otoigdl 



H7<\ 




I IIP 
££2L 



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3 



*&r* 



Gicp-ct) 



Ill(4r 



CO 



TI2I 



n%\s 



45 



Ctico-cl) 



\-(oO 



1 



r/V£- 



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X-T57 

.57 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD No. CB.2— 1960 

(UDC 621.873) 

(Incorporating Amendments Nos. 1 and 2) 



j 3 SEP2 * 



SAA 
CRANE AND HOIST CODE 




, t?.'S S'tart.r y STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



Royal Charter 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD 082 

(UDC 674.03:694 SI 



X- 159 
• S7 

1963 > 






2d APR- 6 



SAWN EASTERN AUSTRALIAN 
HARDWOODS 







Incorporate! by 
Royo/ Ckartmr 



UBRARX OE COiMGEESS 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



. 



.57 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD Z 2 2— I 9 6 3 

(UDC 448.3:674.81*) -#*? 



2d APR- 6 

Ccov 



PRESSURE SENSITIVE ADHESIVE 
DOUBLE FACED TAPES 




l OF THE 
UBRARY, OW C0NGEBS8 



Incorporated by 
Royal Charter STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS Nl to N4— 1963 



(UDC ««*.I4— «M:6*.028.S) 



GALVANISED 
WIRE AND WIRE NETTING 




9-ydves 




UBRABY OF CONa&ES^ 



'RoXchorttJ STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



I 



* 







X-T5<? 



r 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD CA35— 1963 



(UDC 624.012.44 : 4?3.5A) 



2=. APR- 6 

Copy .... idS4 



SAA CODE 

FOR 

PRESTRESSED CONCRETE 




Incorporated by 

Royal Charter STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



X- I5Y 

St 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD N51-1963 



(UDC 621.798.12:676.7:664.94) 



*£ 




SOLID FIBREBOARD CONTAINERS 
FOR FROZEN MEAT 

FOR EXPORT PURPOSES 




Incorporaitd by 
Royal Charttr 






J ixiS 



LIBliAiiY OF CONGKESS 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



.St 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS AI3 and CA5— 1963 



4 




TERRA COTTA ROOFING TILES 




sss 



' n RoyV7torte? STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 






X-T51 

3? 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS A141 to A144 — 1963 

(UDC Ut.\4-*3J : iliM) 



2-FEB2 
Copy 1964 



STEEL TENDONS 

FOR 

PRESTRESSED CONCRETE 







'".™, "££ STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



Royal Charter 



s 



tj 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 

Incorporated by Royal Cfcortw 



. Amendment No. 1 
— November 1963 









AMENDMENT No. 1 



2-FEB1 1 
Copy — 4J 964 



SAA Int. 364 

WOODEN POLES FOR TELECOMMUNICATION AND 

POWER LINES 



Page 7 Clause 2-1, GENERAL DESCRIPTION. 

Delete last two lines of first paragraph and substitute: 

"and any other defect that would materially impair the strength amot. *tai 

and durability of the pole". 



Page 7 Clause 2-2, PERMITTED DEFECTS. 

Delete existing clause and substitute: 

2-2. Permitted Defects. Defects as set out hereunder shall be per- amdt. no.^ 

mitted: . . ,. 

f»1 holes (free from decay)— not exceeding one inch in diameter, 
W provided th™o grouping of the holes shall materially un- 
pair the strength or use of the pole; 

(b) sound knots-provided that no knot or group of knots shall 
materially impair the strength of the pole; 

(c) pipe in the butt and following the pith— not exceeding one- 
( eighth of the diameter of the pole provided the surround- 

ins wood is sound; 

(d) gum pockets and veins-provided they are not sufficiently 
extensive to materially impair the strength or use of the pole, 

(e) checks and shakes— not more than one inch deep; 

(f) butt end splits— not exceeding two feet long. 

NOTE- For the purposes of this specification the phrase "materially impair the 
Sh" means ^the strength of the pole is no. reduced bek>w 75 per cent 
of the strength of a pole of the same species free from all defects, 



I 



J10 









.Si 




AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS A3I and A32— 1963 iLfr\ 

(UDC«I4.845.2:6I4.B«.«) ' f <— > 



Copy — ^ 1964 



PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 

WATER TYPE 

AND 
FOAM TYPE 




JPERTY OF THE 
UJZRARY OF CONGRESS 



'"r:Tc^J7 STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



Royal Charter 



I 



x-T 5 ? 
.%7 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD 088— 1963:; 

tunc iHiiii I I / 







(UDC <74J41) 






INTERIOR PLYWOOD 



9-iJd¥£j? 







CONGRESS 



Incorporated by 

Royal a, ar t.r STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



$7 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD 087 — 1963 4 

(UDC «7<.1«) ' ( ^ 



EXTERIOR PLYWOOD 




UBRAii 



TT1E 
CONGRESS 



Royal charter STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD H72 

iO (UDC 449.71-442) 



WROUGHT ALUMINIUM 
AND ALUMINIUM ALLOY 

DRAWN TUBES 
AND HOLLOW SECTIONS 




FOR GENERAL ENGINEERING PURPOSES 




LIBKAilY OF CONGRESS 



'^Tcho^/ STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



.57 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD 081 

(UDC 674.03i624.01 1.1) 



-1963%! 



ENGINEERING TIMI 

FROM 

EASTERN AND SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIAN 
HARDWOODS 








Incorporate by 
Royal Charier 






1IBJ8ARX OF CONGRESS 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



.S7 



$ 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD CA10-1963 



(UDC 424.026 i £9.024.23) 



t2-FEB2 
Copy 1964 



SAA CODE 

FOR 

FIXED PLATFORMS, WALKWAYS, 

STAIRWAYS AND LADDERS 




Incorporated by 
Royal Charter 



UF 



OF C< 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD A I 38—1 963 

(UDC tM.MS.4) 



% 




PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 

CARBON DIOXIDE TYPE 




PB0PE3TY OF THF 



'rSToS^ STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 







AUSTRALIAN STANDARD C90— 



(UDC 421.315.671:4*9.14) 



1»« 



Si 



Copy ........ 196.: 



FLEXIBLE STEEL CONDUIT 
AND CONNECTORS 

FOR THE PROTECTION OF ELECTRIC CABLE 








Incorporated by 
Royal Charter 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF All! 












AUSTRALIAN STANDARD AI37-I963 

(UOC 4I4.B45.I) ■- ■■ ' ' 



.S7 



#1% 



2-FEBi 1 






Copy — - 19 64 



PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 



DRY CHEMICAL TYPE 




"**** of co^ Ess 

Incorporated by __ . 

Roy-/ Chort^ STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



/I 



*~ 159 

3i 




AUSTRALIAN STANDARD CA39-1963 

(UDC 69.025.351) 



%% 



2-FEB1 1 
Copy. — .196 4 



y 



SANDING OF INTERIOR 
WOODEN FLOORS 





Incorporated by 
Royal Choriw 



PROPERTY OF THE 
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 






AUSTRALIAN STANDARD K145— 1963 

(UDC 647.6331 



Sfo> 



2- FEB. I 1 
Copy ----- ^ 



OIL BASE RED LEAD 
METAL PRIMING PAINT 







Incorporated by 
Royal Charter 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



A- 75? 

•57 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD K110-1964 

(4*7.433) 



M 



2-JUL3 
Copy .196 4 



\ 



UNDERCOAT 

OIL BASE 




UBKABr < 



->& 



'Soyalcho'te 6 / STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



S7 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD B203— 1964 

(UDC 621.542) 




Copy j gfiA 



PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS 

FOR 
INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 







ULKA. CONGRESS 



, X£Sa££ STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



.§7 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD CB19- 1963 



<UDC 614.841: 621 .7*1) 




FIRE PRECAUTIONS 

IN 

CUTTING AND WELDING 

OPERATIONS 




Incorporated by 
Royal Charter 




STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 






.S7 
AUSTRALIAN STANDARD L37— 1964-. 

(UPC M7.0at«t7.IS) iS 



2-JUU 
Copy 1964 



THREE-PLEATED SCHOOL TUNICS 







LIBRARY 01? CONCURS 



*hWcS£1? STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



. 



Endorsement 

January 1964 

■RITISH STANDARD 1400:1961 X- Ts f 

57 

is endorsed as M ' 

AUSTRALIAN STANDARD ^0$ 
H47— 1964 

subject to Auitralian Amendment No. I 

STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 
Science House. 157 Gloucester Street, Sydney 

LJBRAKY 01 ;SS 



i 

STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 

irtcartmra+»tl hv IawhI Cka r tf 



• S7 

Amendment No. 1 
January 1964 



Incorporated by loyal Charter 



fyc 



AMENDMENT No. 1 
to 

AS A20— 1947 

ZINC COATED (GALVANISED) SHEETS 

(Plain and Corrugated) 



Page 3. Clause 1, SCOPE. 

Delete the introductory statement and substitute: 

"This specification applies to zinc coated (galvanised) plain and amdt. no. i 
corrugated sheets of Bessemer steel, open-hearth steel, basic oxygen J AN - »»«« 
steel and wrought iron, with four classes of zinc coating namely:" 

Add the following paragraph at the end of the clause: 

"For the purpose of this specification basic oxygen steel means 
steel made in a basic converter blown with commercially pure oxygen." 

sis ■*- 

B.S. 240 AS B81, Parts 1 and 2 (B.S. 240: Part 1: 1962 endorsed 
with amendments and B.S. 240: Part 2: 1950 endorsed with- 
out amendment). 

"BS. 1367 AS CHI (B.S. 1367:1947 endorsed without amendment). 
B.S. 1610 AS B128. 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 



X- T57 
.S? 

Amendment No. 1 
February 1964 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 

Incorporated by Royol Chprter 



=# 



27 



AMENDMENT No. 1 

to 

AS A77— 1957 

AGGREGATES FOR CONCRETE 

(Excluding Light-weight Aggregates) 



Page 5. Clause 5 (b), RESISTANCE TO ABRASION. 

Delete existing sub-clause and substitute: 

(b) Resistance to Abrasion. When tested by the method described amdt. No. 
in AS ABO, Los Angeles Test for Coarse Aggregates, the Los tEB - 
Angeles Value shall be not more than 40 per cent for aggregate for 
use in concrete for wearing surfaces (roads, paving and similar sur- 
faces), and not more than 60 per cent for aggregate for use in concrete 
for other than wearing surfaces. 



Amdt. No. 1 



Pages 19-22. Delete Appendix E. *»£ [£, 



Page 22. Clause F-3, PREPARATION OF TEST SAMPLE. 

Delete the existing clause, except Table F-l, and substitute: 

F-3. PREPARATION OF TEST SAMPLE. The test sample shall be amdt. n* i 
dried to a constant weight at a temperature not exceeding HOC 
(230°F). 

Samples of fine aggregate shall consist of particles passing a ,' -in 
sieve. 

Samples of coarse aggregate retained on a ,Vin sieve shall be 
separated into sizes using the following sieves: li-in, ^-in, j-in, and 



-in. 



In the case of mixtures of fine and coarse aggregates the particles 
shall first be separated into two sizes using a T V>n sieve, and the 
sample of coarse aggregate so obtained shall be separated into sizes 
as specified above. 

The weight of the sample of each size of aggregate shall be not less 
than that given in Table F-l. 



Page 23. Table F-2, SIZE OF SIEVE. 

Delete the words "Aggregate (retained on No 14)". amdt. No.^ i 



asss** 05 " 8 """ 






.S7 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD Kl, PART 20 - 1964 



(UDC 669.1:543:546.46) 



METHODS FOR THE ANAtYSTS 
OF IRON AND STEEL 




% ^m- 



Part 20 
MAGNESIUM IN IRON 

(Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry Method) 




Incorporated by 
Royal Charier 



TY OF THE 
LIBR: xiY OF CONGRESS 



PUBLISHED BY THE STANDARDS ASSOCIATION 
OF AUSTRALIA, 157 GLOUCESTER STREET, SYDNEY 

(COPYRIGHT) 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 

Incorporated by Royal Charter 



Amendment No. 3 
February 1964 



Us 



2-JUN1 9 
Copy -£L. 1964 




AMENDMENT No. 3 

to 

AS CBS— 1957 

SAA CODE FOR OIL FUEL INSTALLATIONS 

The 1957 edition of the above code which was amended i in April 
1959 and December 1960 is now further amended as follows, the 
amendments should be inserted at the appropriate places. 

RULE 2-1, CONSTRUCTION OF STEEL TANKS. 
(c) Cylindrical Tanks Subject to Static Head Only -(H) Vertical 
Cylindrical Tanks. 

^n the first paragraph, delete the final words "over the whole area". amot. jj. 3 

ctangular Tanks. 

•agraph, delete the final words "over the whole area". 




NEW RU 



Insert the following new Rule 2-1 (e) after Rule 2-1 (d): 



<e> Small Storaee Tanks Subject to Static Head Only. Small storage amdt. no 
m£J*£SSfix imperiar g allons rated capacity and not more f e „. , W 
than 4 ft hiah which are not sub ect to pressure other than the stat c 
head of he? Stents and which are intended to be filled by manually 
Sidled means, such as a hand held nozzle, shall comply with the 
following requirements: 

Si Tne SSneToMhfsS SS which the tank is constructed shall 

{) be not less than 0.062 in (16 BG) nominal Ottam ™$<g 

tanks constructed from sheet of not less than 0.048 in (18 BG) 

nominal thickness may be approved where— imner i a i 

(A) the rated capacity of the tank does not exceed 100 imperial 

(B) Sctonk is suitably stiffened or strengthened to minimise dis- 

(C) thV'tank is lined with a corrosion-resistant coating (e.g. a 
(iii) All welds^shau twwaad. COBtaroow and have good penetration. 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD L42-1965 



(UDC 677.01:539.415) 



x- rsf 

r 



5 ?0Cf22 
Hoov 1965 



DETERMINATION OF 

TEARING STRENGTH OF WOVEN TEXTILE FABRICS 

BY THE WING-RIP METHOD 




PUBLISHED BY THE STANDARDS ASSOCIATION 
OF AUSTRALIA 157 GLOUCESTER STREET, SYDNEY 

Incorporated by O f AUSIKMLIM, (COPYRIGHT) 

Royal Charier 



X- TSf 
AUSTRALIAN STANDARD CK9.5 — 1965 

(UOC 621.7.02) 



5 •0CF22 



PICKLING STEEL SURFACES 




■STeSl? STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD N50-1965 

(UOC 632. 934) 



j<? 



2 - AUG 1 6 
Copy lfl ss 



HORMONE WEED KILLERS 

OF THE PHENOXYACETIC ACID TYPE 




Incorporated by 

Royoi Charts STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



X- TSi 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD N 3 1 — 1 9 6 5 



(UDC 432.93,661. 849) 



-#23 



5 •OCT 22 
Copy 



PHENYLMERCURIC COMPOUNDS 

FOR USE AS PESTICIDES 




'toJSnch^ STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



-S7 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD A146-1965 



(UDC 621.643U.669.13) 



2-JAN18 
Copy..^ ICSo 



^i 



CAST IRON PIPE FITTINGS 

FOR WATER, GAS AND SEWAGE 




ln Roya7cho?i« y STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD C360 

(UDC 621.363-213.34) 



X-TSf 
.57 
1 965 



-#h 



35* 




ELECTRICALLY HEATED OVENS 

IN WHICH FLAMMABLE 

VOLATILES OCCUR 

TYPE 1 OVENS 




Incorporated by 

Royal Charter STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 






A - T5f 
AUSTRALIAN STANDARD N58-1965 

(UDC 621.798.12:676.7:664.94) 



#?a> 






2-JAN1S 



Copy 






CORRUGATED FIBREBOARD 
CONTAINERS 

FOR FROZEN BONELESS MEAT FOR EXPORT 







Incorporated by 
Royal Charttr 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



.57 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD Z 26 - 1965 



(UDC 626.025:614.894) 






2-JAN18 

Copy -A 9M 



UNDERWATER 
BREATHING APPARATUS 







Incorporated by 
Royal Chart*! 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



.57 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD C354-I965 

(UDC 6II.3I4:«2I.3»«) 



M- 



2- JAN 18 
\ Copy - 1966 



POWER TRANSFORMERS 

FOR TELECOMMUNICATION 
AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 




Incorporated by __ - . . _ - _ __ 

Royal chantr STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD R28-1965 

(UDC 666.76 : 620.1 : 543) 



S7 



#3? 



ii * JAN 1 8 
Copy...-., 1966 



SAMPLING AND 
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF 

REFRACTORIES AND 
REFRACTORY MATERIALS 




Incorporated by 
Royal Charter 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD E35 

(UDC «M.M:«2».II1.M2:««.IJ.M) 




X- TS? 


1 


.SI 




-1965 









SEAT BELT ASSEMBLIES 
FOR MOTOR VEHICLES 




Incorporated by __ _.._.. 

Royd Chan,/ STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



X- TSf 
AUSTRALIAN STANDARD K156-1965 



(UDC 678.746.22 i 662.998) 



~rT 




EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE 
FOR THERMAL INSULATION 




incorporated by STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 

Royal Charter 






AUSTRALIAN STANDARD L41-1965 



(UDC 677.01:539.413) 



X-TS? 

,s? 






o •0CT2S. 



DETERMINATION OF 
STIFFNESS OF CLOTH 



v 




Incorporated by 
Rovol Charier 



PUBLISHED BY THE STANDARDS ASSOCIATION 
OF AUSTRALIA, 157 GLOUCESTER STREET, SYDNEY 

(COPYRIGHT) 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD CK9.1 

(UOC 421.7.02) 



/ -rst 

. si 

— 1965 



4% 




DEGREASING OF METAL SURFACES 

USING SOLVENT OR ALKALINE 

SOLUTIONS 





Royal Charter 

incorporated by STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD CK9.3 

(UDC 621.7.02.621.795) 




f 



FLAME CLEANING 
STEEL SURFACES 




X-TSf 
— 1 965 

4i& 



Incorporated by 

Royal charter STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



x- rs; 
AUSTRALIAN STANDARD C39, PART 111-1965 

(UDC d27.317.785) •> 




ELECTRICITY METER* 



I 



Part III 

AC. WATTHOUR METERS OF 

TWO-RATE AND ENERGY DEMAND 

TYPES 




Incorporated by 
Roytl Chtrtir 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD AS L44-1965 






(UDC 677.01:531.79) 



c 




- 



DETERMINATION OF THE NUMBER 

OF THREADS PER UNIT LENGTH IN 

A SAMPLE OF WOVEN FABRIC 




PUBLISHED BY THE STANDARDS ASSOCIATION 

OF AUSTRALIA, 157 GLOUCESTER STREET, SYDNEY 

Incorporate by OP AU5IKML1M, 13/ (COPYRIGHT) 

Royal Charter 



AS CI 64— 1965 Ap. 



(UDC 621.313:644.19) 






2- APR 3 

Copy JUL 1965 



< SAA 

Approval and Test Specification 

for 
ELECTRIC BLANKETS 



( 

( 




PUBLISHED BY THE STANDARDS ASSOCIATION 
Incorporated by Qf AUSTRAL|A } 57 GLOUCESTER STREET, SYDNEY 

Royal Charter 



(COPYBIGHTI 



End 




k/sdi 



^T.SH jsTANDARD 3444 : „„ JU " e " 6S * ' 7 S f 

X-TSf 



, IS endorsed as 

STA 
1965 



August 1965 



adc 
for 
rat 
En, 
the 
wil 
Stanuu.^ 



ement was «»« i__, __ 1 <%££ * "tC * 8 

1965 






STANDARDS ASSOCIATION «« 
Science Ho.,. 157 ', N °* AUS «AUA 
" m G '"» e «*r Street. Sydney 



WODS 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 
Science House, 157 Gloucester Street. Sydney 



Page 12. Clause 3.2, Standard Grade 

(viii) Sapwood. 
Mete existing sub-clause (b) and substitute: 



against, powder post 



T 
1 



(b) when non-suscentihl<- tn ™ ■ 

borer (Lyct^tpl-^lTm^T^ 3gainst ' *™>« Post 



Note, i ne iai> 



| Page 4 Clause 4, Other Styles of Container and Other Materials. 

Delete second sentence and substitute: 

If, however, it is desired to use containers which, although capable of AMD T 
complying with the test requirements of Clauses 8.2 to 15 inclusive, are made No. 2' 
from materials and/or are of a style not referred to in this specification, the J UNE 
details of the materials and /or the style of such containers shall be submitted I96S 
to the Chief Fruit Inspector, Department of Primary Industry, with a request 
for a commercial trial to be undertaken. 




AUSTRALIAN STANDARD 

(UDC 668.736:674.048) 



K55 - 




CREOSOTE OIL 

FOR THE PRESERVATION OF TIMBER 




Incorporate by 
Royal Chart* 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



AUSTRALIAN STANDARD CA8, Part I 

(UDC 421 .7»t) 








* -rs? 




.57 




— 1965 




"~%* 









- 



SAA CODE FOR 
WELDING IN BUILDING 



PART I - MANUAL WELDING 




Incorporated by 

*oyai Charter STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



X- -rsi 
.sn 

December 1965 



l T *5\ 



Endorsement 

BRITISH STANDARD Cr 1009 

is endorsed as 

AUSTRALIAN STANDARD 
CC11— 1965 

without amendment 

This endorsement was recommended by SAA Committee EL/8, 
Static Electrical Machinery, and was approved on behalf ot 
the Council of the Standards Association of Australia on 18 
November 1965. 

It applies to the maintenance of oil supplied to ASC62-I965 
which is the endorsement with amendments of B.S.I 48: 1959, 
Insulating Oil for Transformers and Switchgear. 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 
Science House. 157 Gloucester Street, Sydney 



i- ' 

November 1965 
STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 

Incorporated by Royal CJiiirtw ^ A Z? <7~ 



CORRIGENDA 

to 

AS SI— 1965, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 

(Minimum Requirements) 



Page 8. Clause 2A, Other Methods of Construction. 

Delete "and" before "Section" in line two, and insert the following 
after "Construction" in line three: 

". . . Section 5, Upholstering, and Section 6, Convertible Bed 
Settees . . ." 

Page 18. Clause 5.1.6, Springs. 

Delete "cooling" from line three and substitute "coiling". 



< T si 
October 1965 
STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 

Incorporated by Royal Charter A" 1 



T//V; 



CORRIGENDUM 

to 

AS A147— 1965 

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SUPPLY OF HOT-ROLLED 

STEEL PLATES, SECTIONS, PILING AND BARS FOR 

STRUCTURAL PURPOSES 

Page 6. Clause 43, Sections. 

The second paragraph, fourth and fifth lines, should read " Tables 
14, and 27 to 29 inclusive". 



x - rsf 

. ■■) 

November 1965 
STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA > £ 

Incorporate by Royol Charter 



CORRIGENDUM 

to 

AS C35&-1965 

DUST-EXCLUDING IGNITION-PROOF 

ENCLOSURE OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 

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PLUG SOCKET ADAPTORS 

(AS C122-1964 Ap.) 



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Delete the second and third sentences of the first paragraph and the 
second paragraph, and insert the following new second paragraph: g£ 

Facilities shall be provided for anchorage of the flexible cord in 
accordance with the requirements of AS CI 00 Ap. and shall comply 
with the appropriate test therein. 

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AMENDMENT No. 1 

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PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 

OF THE CARBON DIOXIDE TYPE 



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word "inspection", and add the following footnote: 

* These inspection requirements may be carried out by a responsible representa- ^ t0T ' 
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(UOC 621.882:624.014.26) 




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Australian Standard Recommendations 
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DETERMINATION OF STOCK CONCENTRATION 

(This method is under the jurisdiction of the Testing Committee) 



This Standard prescribes procedures for the 
determination of the concentration of solids in 
stock. The term "stock" is used herein to 
mean a mixture, with water, of papermaking 
fibre, together with other insoluble substances 
such as fillers, loadings or additives, present 
at any stage of a pulping or papermaking pro- 
cess as well as in the laboratory. "Stuffs", 
"half-stuffs" and "white waters" are therefore 
included, as well as pulps delivered by filters 
and presses. 

This Standard applies to the stock sample 
that is obtained at the point where testing is 
required. The extent to which the sample is 
representative of the material at the point of 
sampling depends on the conditions, and the 
sampling technique used. 

Stock concentration (Note 1) is defined as 
the number of parts by weight of oven dry 
insoluble material in 100 parts by weight of 
stock, and is thus expressed as a percentage. 

When fillers or other insoluble additives are 
known to be present in the stock, this should 
be made plain. 

APPARATUS 

1. Balances. One capable of weighing 5 
kg or more to the nearest lg or less; one 
capable of weighing 200 g or more to the 
nearest 0.01 g and one for weighing 200 g 
to the nearest 0.1 mg. 

2. Stock dividers. The propeller type and 
the plate type stock dividers described by 
Cohen, Jackson and Watson (1) are suitable. 

3. Means of filtering the stock. Either (a) 
a Buchner funnel, 9 to 15 cm in diameter, 
mounted on a filter flask, and used with a 
tared filter paper of appropriate size (Note 2) 
or (b) suction filters equipped with wire cloth, 
such as those described by the Pulp Evaluation 
Committee of the Technical Section. P.M.A. 
(2) and by Somerville and Pearson (3), or (c) 
tared filter crucibles. 

4. Wringer or press for squeezing excess 
water out of the fibrous mat. 



5. Ventilated drying oven, in which an air 
temperature of 103 ± 2 : C is maintained. The 
small balance weighting to 0.01 g (see item 1) 
may be mounted over the oven and an 
extension to one of the balance pans provided, 
so that the dried mat can be weighed in the 
hot oven without the use of a weighing bottle. 
When properly carried out this method of 
weighing is rapid and accurate. 

6. Hot-plate, the surface of which is main- 
tained at a temperature in the range 135 ± 
15C, with a pressing iron which is kept hot 
by standing it on the hot-plate. The diameters 
of the iron and hot-plate may conveniently be 
10 to 11 cm. 

PROCEDURE 

A sample of stock for testing under this 
Standard will have a stock concentration in 
the range 0.01 per cent or less, to 30 per 
cent, or more, and the procedure to be 
followed will depend on its position in this 
range and to some further degree upon its 
prevailing fibre length and freeness. 

Sub-sampling 

From the sample a representative portion 
will in general need to be taken and diluted 
to form a sub-sample, and from this sub- 
sample, portions will be removed and filtered, 
and the fibre mat so obtained dried in an 
oven. 

The procedure will vary with the size and 
nature of the sample according to the classes 
of stock described below. Before commencing 
the determinations decide the classification of 
the stock and the number of replications to be 
carried out, in the light of the accuracy and 
precision required and any prior knowledge of 
the behaviour of the stock under test. To 
attain the highest accuracy sub-divide and 
dilute by weight. 

The longer the fibre and the higher the free- 
ness (C.s.f.) of the stock the more it should 
be diluted during sub-sampling to maintain the 
accuracy of the test. 



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CORRIGENDUM 

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CODE FOR PLIABLE ROOF SARMNG 
Page 9. Appendix Bl, Equipment 

Item (iv). steel rul^-delete "5.5 cm" and substitute "55 cm". 



Page 20. Clause 2.13.2, Marking of Switchgear, Conrrolgear or Fusegear. 

Amend the first item to read: 

circuit is isolated elsewhere." rusegear, unless the 



8 
1947 



toj£ tre^eTVeTamT^WT™"""^ S,aD roors ™ No 
ceilings below specified^in Rule e 4( fcf CeS be,Ween flo °™ and Fe B . 

3. Substitute the following "notes" for existing note to SR No 12B6- " 
NOTES: 

'' mu»^SnMurrS«^/^^r PreVa " a &? 

flame heaters shall noTb? *& ' r ' C heaters O^ 

4. toteta*, the following "notes" for existing note to SR No 12C7- 

NOTES. 

1. In cases where extreme ranees of l«n~».t, Amdt - 
, minimum temperature in exce« of ^n=S P ratU L re prevail a No- * 

2. The heating oFthe room may be achjevedhl^ Ca,,ed for Fe »- 
hot water, steam, or warm ah or M,f I ,ow P ress "« i> <7 
flame heaters must not be used "' heatCrS °P en 






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AMENDMENT No. 8 

to 

SAA Approval and Test Specification 

for 

FLEXIBLE ELECTRIC HEATING PADS 

(ASCI49 — 1954 Ap.) 



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as follow* ■ ?& ' } \ ( T 1C ?]'J 959 and 1961 is further amended 
as follows, the amendment sho uld be inserted at the appropriate place! 

Clause 11, Marking. 

Add a new item (ix) as follows: 

(1X) ^ V t°ri anCe r f ^ USe ° f pa ? f0r animaIs fthis n»*ng need Ambt. 
not be applied to extra-low voltage heating pads) No. 8 

In 1st line of 3rd paragraph alter "(viii) : ' to "(ix)". 1967 

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AMENDMENT No. 1 
to 

AS 069—1960 

MOULDINGS FROM NORTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIAN 

EUCALYPT HARDWOODS 




Page IS. Clause 2, Materials. 

Delete "SAA Int 360*" and footnote and substitute: 

"AS 082, Sawn Eastern Australian Hardwoods". 

Page 16. Clause 8, Description. 

Delete "SAA Int 360" and substitute "AS 082". 

Page 16. Clause 8, Description. 

Delete existing item (ii) and substitute: 

(ii) spring — evenly distributed and — 

(a) in mouldings up to 6 in wide — no exceeding 1 inch in any 
12-ft length of piece or equivalent spring in other lengths; 

(b) in mouldings exceeding 6 in wide — not exceeding \ inch in any 
12-ft length of piece or equivalent spring in other lengths. 



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ASB217 — 1966 
GLOSSARY OF TERMS FOR TOOTHED GEARING 






Page 14. Delete the word "spur" in the column headed "Applications' 
for terms Nos. 502, 503, 504 and 505. 



Page 19. Delete the word "spur" in the column headed "Applications' 
for term No. 537.2. H 



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cations for term No. 538. HH 



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AMENDMENT No. 1 

to 

AS C323— 1965 

THERMOSTATS AND OVER-TEMPERATURE PROTECTIVE 
DEVICES FOR AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC STORAGE WATER 

HEATERS 



Page IS. Appendix A, Limiting Dimensions of Clamp-on or Contact amot. 
Thermostat With and Without Over-temperature Protective Device. No > 

Nov. 

yeiete the dimension "|" at the foot of the side view and substitute i»«* 
"1". 



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November 1967 



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to 

AS B113— 1960 
HIGH TENSILE CARBON MANGANESE STEEL CYLINDERS 



Page 2. PREFACE. 

Add the following paragraph: 

As in the corresponding ICC specifications and ISO proposals, the 
design of these cylinders is based upon the hydrostatic test pressure 
to which the cylinder is subjected. The hydrostatic test pressure is, 
in turn, based upon the maximum service pressure for the relevant 
gas as defined in AS CB4. 



Page 3. Scope. 



Delete second paragraph (as amended by Amendment No. 1) in its 
entirety. 



Page 3. Definitions. 

Delete existing clause and substitute: 

2. DEFINITIONS. For the purpose of this specification, the terms 
defined in AS CB4, SAA Code for Compressed Gas Cylinders, shall 
-pply. 



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November 1967 



AMENDMENT No. 5 
to 
AS B114— 1960 
ALLOY STEEL CYLINDERS 




Page 2. PREFACE. 

Add the following paragraph: 

As in the corresponding ICC specifications and ISO proposals, the 
desien of these cylinders is based upon the hydrostatic test pressure 
to which the cylinder is subjected. The hydrostatic test pressure is, 
in turn, based upon the maximum service pressure for the relevant gas 
as defined in AS CB4. 



Page 3. Clause 1, SCOPE. 

Delete second paragraph (as amended by Amendment No. 1) in its 
entirety. 



Page 3. Clause 2, Definitions. 

Delete existing clause and substitute: 

2 DEFINITIONS. For the purpose of this specification, the terms 

defined in AS CB4, SAA Code for Compressed Gas Cylinders, shall 

-ppiy- 



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AS CA43— 1966 

SOIL TREATMENT FOR THE PROTECTION OF 

BUILDINGS AGAINST SUBTERRANEAN TERMITES 



Page 10. Rule 4.1, Conditions of Formation. 

Add the following sentence to the third paragraph: 

Vertical barriers must provide a continuous cover 2-3 in deep against 
the wall to be protected and either join up with the horizontal barriers 
at their upper and lower limits or else be separated from them by 
brickwork, masonry or concrete impervious to termites (see Fig. B2). 

Page 11. Rule 43, External Barriers. 

Extend the last sentence by the addition of the words: 
". . . possible without damaging the slab." 

Page 11. Clause 5, Procedure. 

Delete existing sub-clause (i) and substitute the following: 

(i) Suspended Floors. Before the sub-floor area is treated, the soil 
against all foundations walls, stumps or piers must be loosened 
sufficiently to ensure that there is at least 3 in depth of treated 
soil in contact with the foundation wall, stump or pier. 



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WELDED OR BRAZED STEEL 



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Page 2. PREFACE. 

Delete existing second paragraph and substitute: 

As in the corresponding ICC specifications and ISO proposals, the 
design of these cylinders is based upon the hydrostatic test pressure 
to which the cylinder is subjected. The hydrostatic test pressure is, 
in turn, based upon the maximum service pressure for the relevant gas 
as defined in AS CB4. 

Delete existing wording of item (i) (fourth paragraph) and substitute: 

(i) The design of the cylinder is now based on the maximum per- 
missible stress at the hydrostatic test pressure. 



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Page 4. Clause 1, Scope. 

Add "and designed for a hydrostatic test pressure within the range of No j 
300 lbf/in 2 (min.) to 1000 lbf/in 2 (max.)." Nov. 

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Amendment No. 4 
November 1967 



AMENDMENT No. 4 

to 

AS Bill— 1952 

MANGANESE STEEL CYLINDERS FOR THE STORAGE AND 

TRANSPORT OF HIGH PRESSURE LIQUEFIABLE GASES 




Page 2. PREFACE. 

Add the following paragraph: 

As in the corresponding ICC specifications and ISO proposals, the 
design of these cylinders is based upon the hydrostatic test pressure 
to which the cylinder is subjected. The hydrostatic test pressure is. 
in turn, based upon the maximum service pressure for the relevant eas 
as defined in AS CB4. 



Page 3. Clause 2, Definitions. 
Delete existing clause and substitute: 

2. Definitions. For the purpose of this specification, the terms 
defined in AS CB4, SAA Code for Compressed Gas Cylinders, shall 
apply. 



Page 4. Clause 10, Thickness. 

Delete existing clause and substitute: 

10. Thickness. The minimum thickness of a cylinder at any point 
shall be calculated from the formula: 



where t 
P h 
D 

f 



2f + P h 

minimum thickness in inches 

hydrostatic test pressure in lbf/in 3 (gauge) (see Clause 20) 
external diameter of cylinder in inches 
maximum permissible stress in the material at the hydro- 
static test pressure, to be taken as 49,700 lbf/in 2 



Page 7. Clause 20, Hydrostatic Pressure Test. 

Delete title and first paragraph of this clause and substitute: 

20. Hydrostatic Test. Every cylinder shall be subjected to the 
hydrostatic test pressure for which it was designed. The test pressure 
shall be in accordance with AS CB4 Rule 1.8.5, and shall be applied 
internally for a period of 30 seconds in accordance with AS B257 
Hydrostatic Stretch Testing of Compressed Gas Cylinders 



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AMENDMENT No. 4 

to 

AS B110— 1952 

MANGANESE STEEL CYLINDERS FOR THE STORAGE AND 
TRANSPORT OF PERMANENT GASES 




2 - APR 
Copy 1968 



Page 2. PREFACE. 

Add the following paragraph: 

As in the corresponding ICC specifications and ISO proposals, the 
design of these cylinders is based upon the hydrostatic test pressure to 
which the cylinder is subjected. The hydrostatic test pressure is, in 
turn, based upon the maximum service pressure for the relevant gas 
as defined in AS CB4. 

Page 3. Clause 2, Definitions. 

Delete existing clause and substitute: 

2. Definitions. For the purpose of this specification, the terms defined 
in AS CB4, SAA Code for Compressed Gas Cylinders, shall apply. 

Page 4. Clause 10, Thickness. 

Delete existing clause and substitute: 

10. Thickness. The minimum thickness of a cylinder at any point 
shall be calculated from the formula: 
P h D 

t = 

2f + P„ 
where t = minimum thickness in inches 

P h = hydrostatic test pressure in lbf/in 2 (gauge) (see Clause 20) 
D = external diameter of cylinder in inches 
f - maximum permissible stress in the material at the hydro- 
static test pressure, to be taken as 48,300 lbf/in 2 . 

Page 6. Clause 20, Hydrostatic Pressure Test. 

Delete title and first paragraph of this clause and substitute: 

20. Hydrostatic Test. Every cylinder shall be subjected to the 
hydrostatic test pressure for which it was designed. The test pressure 
shall be in accordance with AS CB4 Rule 1.8.5, and shall be applied 
internally for a period of 30 seconds in accordance with AS B257, 
Hydrostatic Stretch Testing of Compressed Gas Cylinders. 



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Amendment No. 6 
November 1967 



AMENDMENT No. 6 

to 

SAA Approval and Test Specification 

for 

DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 

FOR ELECTRICAL MATERIALS AND EQLIPME 

(AS CIOO— 1964 Ap.) 



2B ' 6 



The 1964 edition of AS C100 Ap. which was previously amended 
in 1965 (twice), 1966 (twice) and 1967 is further amended as follows; 
the amendments should be inserted at the appropriate places. 




Clause 3.8, Switches. 

Add to end of fourth paragraph: 

". . . when the equipment incorporating the switch is supplied at its Ampt. 
marked rated voltage". No. 6 

Nov. 
This amendment forms part of the specification on 1 December 1967. I%7 



Clause 4.3.1, Terminals and Connecting Facilities for Supply Conductors 

I— Connecting Facilities Required. 
w Delete item (iii) and substitute: 

(iii) Soldering of the conductors, flexible cord or flexible cable 
to internal leads, terminals, lugs or the like. This form 
of connection shall be permitted only where the replace- 
ment of the flexible cord or flexible cable by the user of 
the equipment is not intended or is unlikely and, where 
used, it shall comply with the requirements of Clause 4.3.5. 

This amendment forms part of the specification on 1 December 1967. 



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AMENDMENT No. 4 

to | 2,-FEB14 

SAA Approval and Test Specification CoOV 
for 
ELECTRIC PORTABLE IMMERSION HEATERS 

(AS CI 04 — 1960 Ap.) 



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The 1960 edition of AS C104 Ap. which was previously amended 
in 1962, 1964 and 1965 is further amended as follows; the amendments 
should be inserted at the appropriate places. 

Clause 8, Flexible Cord and Connecting Plug. 

Delete 2nd sentence of 1st paragraph and substitute: 

The type of any flexible cord provided shall be as specified in Appendix 
D of AS C100 Ap. 

This amendment forms part of the specification on 1 December 1967. 

New Clause 10A. 

Insert a new clause 10A as follows: 



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tOA. OVERHEATING PROTECTIVE DEVICES. Any overheating Amdt. 
rotective device, including thermostats, incorporated in a general N J > ' 4 
urpose immersion heater shall comply with the test in Clause 13 (n). [jJJ 

Any thermostat incorporated in a general purpose immersion heater 
shall comply with ASC161 Ap., Thermostats, except that the endurance 
test shall not be applied. 

This amendment forms part of the specification on 1 December 1967. 



Price: 20c 



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Incorporated by Royal Ckartor 



Amendment No. 9 
November 1967 



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AMENDMENT No. 9 
to 



SAA Approval and Test Specifica tion 
for 
ELECTRIC FLOOR POLISHER^ J* FEB 1 4 
(ASC157 — 19S6 Ap.) LCOPV 1%$ 



The 1956 edition of AS C157 Ap. which was previously amended in 
1959, 1961, 1962 (twice), 1963, 1965 (twice), and 1966 is further 
amended as follows; the amendments should be inserted at the 
appropriate places. 



Clause 2, Definition. 

Alter "Definition" to "Definitions" in the title. 

Ascribe the letter (a) to the definition of "electric floor polisher" 
and add two new definitions as follows: 

(b) Domestic Electric Floor Polisher. An electric floor polisher 
intended primarily for domestic use. 

(c) Industrial Electric Floor Polisher. An electric floor polisher 
intended primarily for industrial use. 

NOTE: In determining whether definition (b) or (c) applies to a 
particular floor polisher, account should be taken of its general design, 
appearance, operating instructions and the like. 

This amendment forms part of the specification on 1 December 1967. 

Clause 7 (a), Flexible Cord and Connecting Plug — General. 

Delete existing text of this sub-clause and substitute: 

(a) General. Where required by Clause 4.4 of ASC100 Ap., a 
supply flexible cord and connecting plug shall be provided. 

The type of any flexible cord provided shall be as specified in 
Appendix D of ASC100 Ap., and the flexible cord shall have a free 
length (external to the floor polisher and any plug(s) ) of not less than 
18 feet. 

This amendment forms part of the specification on 1 December 1967. 



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Amendment No. 5 
November 1967 

STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALl)T^ 
Incorporated by Royal Charter Q 

AMENDMENT No. 5 /a ^ ^B 1 a 

to U^py 

SAA Approval and Test Specification^' 
for 
PLUGS AND PLUG SOCKETS 
(AS C1 12 — 1964 Ap). 

196 T 5 h £ e f£? ° f /, S oS 112 r AP u Whkh WaS P reviousl y amen ded in 
mSJ^A I ■' and 1967 , a further amended as follows; the amend- 
ments should be inserted at the appropriate places. 

Clause 2.8, Rating and Dimensions of Low Voltage Flat-Pin Plugs 

Cr?' 1 *^ WOrd %"i° amperes and those ha ™g stings of 15 amperes" Amdt. 
from second line of first paragraph and substitute "20 amperes" No. 5 

s££5. -S lfc S , f ^ lr in fi SCCOnd Une ° f Second P-^aph and 1*7 
suostitute (lor 10 or 15 ampere configurations only)". 

Add following sentence to second paragraph- 

Such plugs shall be permissible only where integrally moulded to a fim.rp Amdt 

andTn °™ atUrC ***** -rd having a g^TSSC fe No°5 

and intended to supply a double insulated or all insulated aroUance Nov " 

wS^rrth?irer CXCeeding ' amperC ° r *- ° f ^ fl ^ cord! "" 

Add a new final paragraph as follows: 
In addition to the dimensions of Fig. 1, the distance between a live pin Amdt 

1a a n n S.3 P 5 U g in a ch d *" ^ ° f ^ "^ ° f the ^ *™ «* E C £• 
These amendments form part of the specification on 1 Dec. 1967. 1%7 
Fig. 1. Dimensions of Flat-pin Plugs. 

Delete existing Figs, la and lb and substitute the attached Amdt. 

Delete Note 3. No. 5 

This amendment forms part of the specification on 1 Dec. 1967. »« 
Clause 2.13.6.2, Attachment of Flexible Cord. 

In first paragraph add the following loads and conductor sizes- 

15 Ibf for 70/.0076-in conductors Amdt 

20 lbf for 1 1 0/.0076-in conductors No. 5 

and delete "or" at end of line commencing "5 lbf. . ." 1967' 

This amendment forms part of the spec ification on 1 Dec. 1967. 

Price: 25c 



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October 1967 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 

Incorporated by Royal Charter 



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AMENDMENT NCJ. 2 

to / 2 ~ FEB I 4 

AS A147— 1963 COQV 

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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SUPPLY OF HOT~R0LLED 

STEEL PLATES, SECTIONS, PILING AND BARS FOR 

STRUCTURAL PURPOSES 






Page 6. Clause 4.2, Plates. 

Delete existing clause and substitute: 

4.2 Plates. The variations in dimensions of plates shall not $%°2 
exceed the appropriate limits given in Tables 1 , 4, 6 and 8 to 1 1 Oct. 
inclusive. 



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Page 9. Clause 7.2, Plates. 

Delete existing sub-clause (iii) and substitute: 

(iii) For plates ordered to thickness, the grinding does not reduce 
the thickness of the as-rolled plates below the thicknesses 
specified in Tables 1 , 4, 6 and 8 to 1 1 inclusive, as appropriate. 



Page 12. 


Delete reference to Tables 3, 5 and 7. 


Page 13. 


Delete existing Table 1 and Notes and substitute attached. 


Page 15. 


Delete Table 3. 


Page 16. 


Delete existing Table 4 and substitute attached. 


Page 17. 


Delete Table 5. 


Page 18. 


Delete Table 7. 



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1967 



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1967 



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1967 

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1967 



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Amendment No. 8 
November 1967 



STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 

Incorporated by Royal Charrer 



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AMENDMENT No. S 

to 

SAA Approval and Test Specification 

for 

ELECTRIC FUSES 

(AS C135 — 1958 Ap.) 



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The 1958 edition of AS C135 Ap. which was previously amended 
in 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1966 and 1967 is further amended as 
follows; the amendments should be inserted at the appropriate places. 



Clause 9, Non-Metallic Parts. 

Delete existing text of this clause and substitute: 

9. NON-METALLIC PARTS. Non-metallic parts of fuses shall comply 
with the requirements of Table 1A. 

TABLE 1A 

FUSE COMPONENTS 





Required Properties 


Type of Fuse 
and Components 


Non- 
inflammable 


Non- 
ignitable 


Non- 
hygroscopic 


Rewirable Fuses: 

Base 

Carrier 

Tubular linings or 
the like 


— 


Yes 
Yes 

Yes 


Yes 
Yes 


Non-rewirable 
Cartridge Fuses: 

Base 

Carrier 

Cartridge case and labels 
attached thereto 

Cartridge filling material 


Yes 
Yes 


Yes 


Yes 

Yes 



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Nov. 

1967 



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Australian Standar 
K1 79-1 967 




SEMI-GLOSS PAINT 

INTERIOR, FIRE RETARDANT 

(PRIMARILY FOR SERVICE USE) 




STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 

Incorporated fey Royal Charter 









AS C387-1967 
UDC 621.353.7 



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Australian Stan 
C387 - 1967 




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DRY PRIMARY CELLS 
AND BATTERIES 



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Incorporated by Royal Charter 






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AS B172, Part 1-1967 



AS B17J. 1 _ \9U 

UDC 621.921 






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BONDED ABRASIVE PRODUCTS 

PART I — DESIGNATION 
AND MARKING 




STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 

Incorporated by Royal Charter 



Australian Standard 
T36-1967 




ALL-GLASS SYRINGES 
(LUER FITTING) 

FOR GENERAL MEDICAL USE 




STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 

Incorporated by Royal Charter 



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AS K41 Method No. 204.1 

First issued March 1957 
Amended February 1965 
Revised November 1967 

STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA 



Standard Methods of Test for Paints, 
Varnishes, Lacquers and Related Materials 




METHOD 204.1 FINENESS OF GRIND 

APPARATUS. A fineness-of-grind gauge consisting of a calibrated block and scraper as described below: 

Block. A hardened steel block (Rockwell hardness C60) approximately 7 in long, 2\ in wide and 
\ to I in thick, with one or two groovefs) 5\ in long and \ in wide symmetrically disposed in the top 
surface, tapering towards one end (see Fig. I). 

The top surface of the block shall be finished by fine grinding or lapping: it shall be flat so that all 
points lie between two parallel planes 0.0005 in apart and. in addition, at every position along the surface 
the transverse generator shall be straight so that all points along it lie between two parallel straight lines 
0.000 05 in apart. The top and bottom surfaces of the block shall be parallel within 0.001 in. 

The groove shall be uniformly tapered in depth from zero at one end to 4 mils (0.004 in) at a 
position 5 in along its length and shall be calibrated in terms of its depth. The depth of the groove 
at any position along its length as determined by a true straightedge applied at right angles to the 
groove and extending across the full width of the block, shall not depart from its nominal value at any 
position across the groove by more than 0.0001 in. 

Scraper. A double-wedge hardened steel blade (Rockwell hardness C60) approximately 3i in long, 
\\ in deep and { in thick (see Fig. 2). 

The two tapered edges shall be rounded to a radius of approximately 0.01 in and shall be straight 
so that all points along a generator shall lie between two parallel straight lines 0.000 05 in apart. This 
requirement on straightness shall apply for any angle of application of the scraper to a flat surface up 
to ]Q° on each side of the normal. 

TEST CONDITIONS. The test shall be informed at 20-25 °C. 

TEST PROCEDURE. 

( 1 ) Place the block on a flat non-slippery surface and wipe clean immediately before use. 

(2) Place a small quantity of the sample in the deep end of the groove so that it overflows the groove 
slightly, care being taken that the material is free from air bubbles. 

(3) Using both hands, hold the scraper with the blade perpendicular to the surface of the block and 
at right angles to the longitudinal axis of the groove, and with a uniform, deliberate motion draw 
the material down the length of the groove. Use sufficient pressure to clean the face of the block. 

(4) (a) Immediately inspect the draw-down for pattern and approximate fineness by viewing the block 

in good diffuse daylight from the side so that the line of vision is at right angles to the longi- 
tudinal axis of the groove and the angle between the face of the block and the line of vision 
is not less than 20 nor more than 30 . 
(b) Compare the pattern with the visual standards given in Fig. 3. which must be viewed at the 
same angle, and select the one that matches it most closely. 

(5) Repeat the procedure described in Steps l-4(a) three more times and. using the visual standard 
selected in Step 4(b), determine the end-point line for each draw-down, reading to the nearest 0.1 
mil. The reading is taken at the point when the draw-down begins to show a predominantly speckled 
appearance, i.e. disresiard any scattered specks which appear in the draw-down prior to the point 
at which the predominantly speckled appearance develops. 

NOTE: For routine testing, once familiarity with the \isual standards has been achieved, one reading may be 
taken and reported. 



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AS K41 
Ninth List of Methods, November 1967 



LIST OF METHODS 



The methods so far published are: 



No. of 


Date 


Method 




101.1 


July 1967 


101.2 


July 1967 


101.3 


July 1967 


102.1 


June 1957 


103.1 


June 1957 


104.1 


June 1961 


105.1 


March 1957 


105.2 


March 1957 


105.3 


March 1957 


106.1 


February 1 962 


107.1 


June 1957 


107.2 


June 1957 


107.3 


June 1957 


201.1 


June 1957 


202.1 


June 1961 


202.2 


June 1961 


203.1 


March 1957 


204.1 


November 1 967 


205.1 


March 1957 


205.2 


March 1959 


205.3 


June 1961 


208.1 


March 1957 


209.1 


March 1957 


211.1 


October 1959 


212.1 


June 1957 


213.1 


August 1964 


301.1 


October 1959 


302.1 


March 1959 


401.1 


November 1965 


401.5 


March 1957 


401.8 


March 1967 


402.1 


July 1963 


403.1 


March 1959 


404.1 


October 1959 


407.1 


March 1959 


407.2 


March 1959 


452.1 


October 1959 


453.1 


December 1961 


454.1 


March 1959 


455.1 


March 1959 


456.1 


March 1959 


457.1 


June 1962 


458.1 


June 1961 


459.1 


December 1962 


481.1 


June 1962 


481.2 


June 1962 


481.3 


June 1962 


481.4 


June 1962 


481.5 


June 1965 


482.1 


August 1964 


501.1 


October 1959 


502.1 


November 1965 


601.1 


March 1957 


602.1 


July 1965 


603.1 


March 1957 



Title 




Standard Air Drying Conditions for Routine Testing 

Standard Air Drying Conditions for Referee Testing 

Standard Drying Conditions for Stoving 

Recommended Sampling Procedure 

Preparation of Samples for Testing — Prepared Paints, Enamels, Varnishes. Lacquers 

and Similar Products 
Recommended Materials for Test Panels 
Pretreatment of Metal Test Panels — Solvent Cleaning 
Pretreatment of Metal Test Panels — Sanding 
Pretreatment of Metal Test Panels — Chromic Acid Dipping 
Preparation of Wooden Panels for Outdoor Weathering Test 
Determination of Wet Film Thickness from Dry Film Weight 
Determination of Wet Film Thickness from Wet Film Weight 
Determination of Wet Film Thickness by "Wheel" Gauge 

Preliminary Examination of Prepared Paints, Enamels, Varnishes and Similar 

Products 
Weight per Gallon 

Weight per Gallon (for Water Dispersed Paints Subject to Foaming) 
Skin Formation 
Fineness of Grind 

Application Properties — Brushing (Brushing Properties) 
Application Properties — Spraying 
Application Properties — Roller Coating 
Thinning or Mixing Properties 
Re-mixing Properties 
Degree of Settling 

Wet Hiding Power — Black and White Cryptometer 
Relative Dry Hiding Power 

Non-volatile Content 
Pigment Content 

Surface Dry Condition 

Hard Dry Condition (Sanding Test) 

No-Pick-Up Time of Road Marking Paints 

Bend Test 

Scratch Resistance 

Recoating Properties 

Heat Resistance — Slow Cooling 

Heat Resistance — Thermal Shock 

Resistance to Humidity under Condensation Conditions 

Resistance to Petroleum Spirit 

Resistance to Mineral Oil 

Resistance to Water at Room Temperature 

Resistance to Boiling Water 

Resistance to Outdoor Weathering 

Resistance to Wetting 

Washability 

Assessment of Individual Defects of Exposed Films 

Assessment of Blistering of Paint Films 

Assessment of Visible Rusting 

Assessment of Corrosion of an Underlying Iron or Steel Surface 

Determination of Durability. Resistance to Corrosion, and Resistance to Fouling of 

Marine Underwater Paint Systems 
Fastness to Light 



Soluble Lead Content 

True Red Lead in Red Lead Pigments 

Colour — Visual Comparison 
Visual Assessment of Gloss 
Finish 



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